Fist of Fear, Touch of Death

"The 3 Greatest Masters! Bruce Lee, Fred Williamson, Ron Van Clief"

Fist of Fear, Touch of Death is an 80's exploitation and martial arts film directed by Matthew Mallinson and produced by Terry Levine. The plot of the film revolves around a fictional martial arts tournament staged in 1979 in the famous Madison Square Gardens. The winner of the tournament will bear the title of, the heir of Bruce Lee. The film received heavy and derisive criticism from both film critics and martial arts fans alike in regards to many points about the film, specifically its lack of knowledge about the history and factual veracity of marital arts as well as its awkward dubbing of Lee.

| 1980 | 1 hr 30 min | 2.1/10
Matthew Mallinson
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